Ronald Tilleman|Ronald Tilleman|Ronald Tilleman|Ronald Tilleman|Ronald Tilleman||Combiwerk’s central “career square”, a multifunctional open space|Second-hand chairs, each one different, represent workers’ individuality|Desks and storage were all custom-designed|VMX’s giant skate ramp – part warehouse, part training centre|”We wanted a special place to show off, but it also had to be modest”||
21 Jan 2013

VMX and i29 add colour to Combiwerk

Words by James McLachlan

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